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outright since he led exactly one back in mid july, ken cuccinelli being down by four in october represents an epic surge, a cuccinelli surge which sounds like an fcc violation. and he might actually be closing the gap. what does that mean? john stanton is joining us washington bureau chief at buzz feed. thank you for being here tonight. >> good to be here. >> do you see a way that ken cuccinelli surprises everyone and scratches out a win here? >> yeah, sure. if his staff lets him out of the box they're keeping him in, yes, sure, i think that would allow him to start talking and say things that would probably hurt his candidacy. other than some major gaffe on his part, no, i don't think, he's looking at a win at this point. >> at this point, so much of the attention on sort of what's wrong and interesting about this race is how people seem to be planning to vote against one of the other candidates they're planning to vote at all. everybody expects low turnout on both sides. said they're not endorsing anybody and they think people should write in a guy who is not running and has no chance. >
. >> reporter: hoping for a last-minute surge in a low turnout race, ken cuccinelli brought along starpower to culpepp culpepp culpepper. marco rubio is a referendum on president obama and the affordable care act. >> the president running for governor on the democratic side, not only supports obama care, he actually thinks it doesn't go far enough in the direction of government control. >> fight back against the president and obama care and tear him apart and do it with our votes tomorrow right here in virginia. tomorrow is our day, folks. tomorrow is our day! >> reporter: the latest quinnipiac poll shows terry mcauliffe leading by six points. it has robert sarvis with 8%, much from conservative voters who might otherwise vote for cuccinelli. cuccinelli campaigns alongside ron paul. among male voters, cuccinelli leads. surveys suggest his supporters are more energized than mcauliffes. but the democrat has a big lead with women. vice president joe biden hit the trail with him this morning. >> ken cuccinelli's focused his entire career on issues that divide virginians. >> everything they talk
as mayor, that shift will be large. >> ken cuccinelli appears to be gaining in the governor's race. terry mcauliffe leads by just four points in the latest quinnipiac poll. he was up at least seven last week. >>> we have a virch well seat again for you tonight in our panel segment. if you have not participated, take a moment, go to the home page, foxnews.com. click on the video, watch the simple instructions and have a seat on the panel. you can provide and monitor realtime feedback to what the panelist said are saying and also access the pulse on your sma smartphone or tablet. >> inquiring minds want to know what happened to the obama care website and what about the law now? we'll get reactions to the explanation from secretary sebelius. and the fox all-stars and you when we come back. there's nothing like being your own boss! and my customers are really liking your flat rate shipping. fedex one rate. really makes my life easier. maybe a promotion is in order. good news. i got a new title. and a raise? management couldn't make that happen. [ male announcer ] introducing fedex one rate. s
, it's idea eelg with a very conservative ken cuccinelli in blue new jersey, electability with the conservative and pragmatic christie leading the ticket. one is doing better than the other. there's an interesting poll that came out in "washington post" that said 64% support mcauliffe and voting against cuccinelli. this idealogical extreme rhetoric from the ticket in virginia has been such a turf off to the moderate voters, they base beingally handed this on a matter. >> why you at home, even if you know nothing about virginia politics, krystal can weigh in. this is a battle for the republican party's soul right now. and there's a contingent that called romney republican in name only and feels they need to push more and more extreme. there's a swath of america looking for moderation in the republican party. i had a conversation with senator mccain where he said publicly several times, we need moderates. so those two races are described showing us that tension playing out in real time. it will be significant. >> seeing the clintons and potus and rand paul reminded me the na
, at chris christie and ken cuccinelli is that friction, the difference between the tea party versus the establishment. and i want to play for you what conservative leader ralph reed says he thinks the republican party needs to do moving forward. >> you've got to say what you're for and not just what you're against. >> amen. >> it's not enough to be against obama care, what's your plan. secondly, you have to win some candidates who are effective messengers who can win people who even don't always agree with you on every issue. >> so how does the republican party move forward from here? what will you be looking for? what will poll numbers tell us? >> what i like is the republican establishment and republican elites kind of looking at the republican party and saying what ought to happen. but the fact is the voters -- the primary voters, the base voters of the republican party are the drivers of this. and they're the ones who give us these candidates that are elected in general elections. chris christie probably can't be nominated in the republican party -- >> you're talking probably an
starting to talk about what went wrong with their candidate, ken cuccinelli, who is more of a tea party candidate who is expected to lose to democrat terry mcall live. >> erin mcpike in new jersey. jake tapper will be on the campaign trail with chris christie for his final day of campaigning tomorrow. we'll have an exclusive behind the scenes sit-down interview with the governor that will air on "the lead" 4:00 p.m. eastern tomorrow right here on cnn. >>> so is chris christie setting the stage for a white house run? let's discuss with our chief political analyst, gloria borger and chief national correspondent, john king. i think everybody agrees the answer is yes. >> yes. he is. >> yes. yeah. >> now move on. >> he's blunt about that. he makes no issue, he's not pretending. he's clear that he's very interested in seeking the republican nomination. >> yeah, and he's clearly pushing his own brand which is much more personal than idealogical. he's making a point of appealing to hispanic voters, to women voters and he's sort of saying you can't just appeal to the base of your party if you wa
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